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Entry Level Electrical Facilities Engineer, Advanced Manufacturing – Hybrid

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10d ago

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  • At Jacobs, we do not settle – always looking beyond to raise the bar and deliver with excellence. We apply our expertise and knowledge as we look into the future with great optimism and focus. We don’t settle until we give our best and know that we’re making a difference.
  • We’re looking for an Entry-Level Electrical Engineer who is excited about working on projects that enable the heart of our clients’ business. Join us and you’ll have the chance to work on projects including steel and aluminum manufacturing facilities as well as other industrial and manufacturing projects.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering
  • Positive attitude and an appetite for learning
  • Organization skills
  • Hands on mentality  
  • Ideally, you’ll also have:   
  • Engineer in Training certification
  • Basic knowledge of construction methods
  • Experience working in a manufacturing environment
  • Knowledge of Revit or BIM software
  • Strong communication skills both verbal and written 
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills  
  • Displayed ability to learn quickly and driven to broaden knowledge base 
  • Ability to collaborate and work effectively in a variety of teams

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities



  • You’ll learn to be accountable for schedule and technical quality of challenging engineering tasks, as you gain familiarity with the client’s expectations, scope, budget and schedule.  Your multi-discipline, highly interactive team will produce single lines diagrams, electric room layouts, cable tray designs, cable schedules, ductbank designs, installation details as well as grounding, lighting, and power plans. 
  • You’ll also contribute to more complex portions of the design process, interacting directly with the other disciplines. You and your team will work closely with client owners in a fast paced, dynamic environment to establish design requirements and produce construction documents for state-of-the-art manufacturing processes. Your team will also contribute to the overall planning of a project from concept through construction and into commissioning.
  • Additionally, in this role, you’ll learn the basics of electrical design including:
  • The National Electric Code (NEC)
  • Grounding
  • Lighting and receptacles
  • Wiring methods such as conduit and cable tray design
  • How to size and select cables
  • Selecting overcurrent devices
  • How to size transformers
  • Motor lists and load summaries to help in the design of power systems
  • Learn the basics of drafting and contribute to the development of the drawings


Work type

Full time

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